In 2020 I decided to write a travel wishlist, and we now know how that year turned out for travel so in 2021 I avoided writing a similar post (especially as I could reuse the 2020 list). Instead I decided to take inspiration from Sarah who writes the Endless Distances blog and post a travel […]Read more "2022 in Review: Travel Favourites – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
A gluten free guide for where to find gluten free versions of all the gluteney local cuisine whilst travelling in Turkey so that you don’t need to miss out!Read more "Gluten Free Must Eats in Turkey: Where to Find Local Cuisine – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
A gluten free account of driving the ring road in Iceland in the summer.Read more "Gluten Free in Iceland and driving the Ring Road – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Last updated January 2023 We booked a trip to Athens for a long weekend for some sightseeing out of season to avoid the summer Acropolis crowds, and hopefully some blue skies and good food. As I began researching gluten free in Athens I found very little information available online, and some that I did seemed […]Read more "Gluten Free in Athens, Greece 2023 – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
I recently wrote a blog post on where to find local cuisine in Portugal, and I love the concept! It’s so nice to be able to join in eating the local cuisine and trying new things with everyone else whilst travelling. I have also recently been giving some New York recommendations to people with trips […]Read more "Gluten Free Must Eats in New York: Where to Find Local Cuisine – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Inspired by glutenfreemrsd I thought I would write my own 2020 travel wish list! During 2019 I spent more of my annual leave in the U.K. than I normally would to allow me to spend time with my two year old nephew (and the rest of the family of course!) and to have a calmer […]Read more "My 2020 Travel Wish List – The Sightseeing Coeliac"
Coeliac disease and travelling I didn’t grow up going on beach holiays or chilling out holidays, my family holidays involved being on the go, experiencing local culture, eating in local restaurants and cooking bbqs with produce from local markets. I can’t remember a time when I, or my family wasn’t planning our next adventure. Until […]Read more "How to Travel the World Gluten Free – The Sightseeing Coeliac"